May be very late to share but there is an easier way to do this!
Open Device Manager :
Win + R > devmgmt.msc
Scroll and find the driver of interest
- Right click and select "Properties" from pop-up menu.
- In the next window, go to "Details" tab.
- From the "Property" drop-down list, select
Inf Name. Value pane should show the correct inf name for this driver now.
The value should show the inf name.
example, value may look something like >
Next open "cmd" as administrator and enter the following command >
dism /Online /get-drivers /format:table > C:\temp\drivers.txt
Open this file in text editor and you should see a table like structure and search for the name of the INF file from Step-6 above.
Next, locate the filename printed next to it.
For example, if INF name is
oem100.inf the value next (to the right) could look something like
Next Step, take this name (for example,
e1d65x64) and copy.
Next Step, go to
C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository, and paste the previously copied text into search bar.
Wait till search ends.
Hope this helped!